Kindergarten Around the World 2014
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Welcome to Kindergarten Around the World, Self-Serve Style!
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Instructions:
You have 2 options. You are welcome to pursue BOTH of them, if you like!
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Option 1:Browse the listings below, and contact any of the teachers directly to get started!
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Option 2: Add your listing below, in the first available row, and wait for someone to contact you.
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Helpful hints:-Complete all the fields listed as mandatory. (They are shaded in green). Incomplete submissions will be removed.
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-Please proofread your submission for errors - a single typo in an e-mail address will make it unusable!
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Today's DateName of TeacherTeacher E-mailTeacher Twitter AccountName of SchoolTeacher/Class/ School WebsiteCityProvince/StateCountryGrade level/age group of my studentsI am looking for....My class can communicate in...I would like to find a match byAnything else to share?
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MANDATORYYour name goes here. MANDATORYThe best e-mail to reach you. MANDATORYOPTIONALMANDATORYOPTIONAL, BUT VERY HELPFULMANDATORYMANDATORYMANDATORYDescribe what you have in mind! MANDATORY(list languages in order of preference) MANDATORYYour listing will be removed after the date you provide. Share anything that may be relevant to prospective matches!
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10/21/2014Amy Nighthappycampergirl@gmail.com@happycampergirlThis Schoolwww.yourwebsitehere.comThe CityThe ProvinceThe CanadaKindergartenclasses in 2 different countries, to communicate via Twitter and email, to learn about life in other regions.French, EnglishyesterdayDo not pick me - I am the example only, and I do not have a class of my own, as I have joined the Dark Side and moved into admin!
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9/2/2016Laura Dignesslaura.digness@yk1.nt.ca@MsLRossKaw Tay Whee Schoolhttps://www.facebook.com/Kaw-Tay-Whee-School-261546277212496/?fref=tsDettahNTCanadaJr. and Sr. KindergartenLooking to tweet with another Kindergarten class and share our experiences. We would love to learn about other students from around the world.Englishasap
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2/23/2016Clemy Fernandesamchi_khushi@yahoo.com@BClemyDeira Private Schoolwww.deps-sch.aeDubaiUnited Arab EmiratesFoundation StageWe are looking at innovative ways of expanding the learning horizon for our students. Looking to tweet with another Kindergarten class and share our experiences. We would love to learn about other students from around the world.Englishasap
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4/28/2016Jamilla Colemanjamilla.coleman@gmail.com@jamillacKetcham Elementary SchoolWashington, D.C.United States of AmericaI am a school library media specialist. The Kindergarteners are doing a unit called “Around the World” and studying how
cultures and people are both different and the same. This would be a great way to communicate with other children and expand their experience with other cultures.
Englishasap
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5/22/2016Meryl Baileymeryl.bailey@yahoo.com@MerylBaileySALinguMites Preschoolwww.linguamites.co.za``````````````South AfricaKindergarten (4-6yrs)I run a multilingual preschool teaching 1-5yr olds Chinese, Engish and isiZulu. We are raising global citizens and would love to explore ways of life for other kids around the worldEnglishanytime!Can't wait to meet some new friends!
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9/5/2016Naila Khannskhan.76@gmail.comlahore Grammar SchoolSheikhupuraPunjabPakistankindergarten (5 - 6 years old)
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Annie Brabazonanniebrab@gmail.com@anniebrabGrand Isle Elementary Schoolmissnashsclassroom.weebly.comNorth CarolinaUSAKindergarten 5-6 years oldI am looking for a way to teach my kids about other places around the world. I would prefer to match with someone from a different country. I love the idea of having twitter penpals in which we can see and talk about what we do in school and what we are learning about. It would be great to be able to compare and contrast our school and home life and expand the children's experience and exposure to other cultures. We are a magnet school that focuses on World Languages and Leadership. We take in a lot of refugees from Africa, the Middle East, and the PacificEnglishASAP! We can't wait to meet new friends and learn about new places!
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11/15/2016Sania Abbasisania_abbasi94@hotmail.comTED Atakent CollegeIstanbulTurkeykindergarten 4-5 years oldlooking for a way for my students to connect with kindergarten students around the world. EnglishASAP!
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12/4/16Debra Meyersdmeyers0755@bcsdny.org@preskmPound Ridge Elementary SchoolPound RidgeNew YorkUSAKindergarten 5-6 years oldI am looking for a way to connect my class with other classes in the United States and all over the world. I would love to tweet with other classes 1-2 times a week at first to build up relationships and share information about what we are doing in school. EnglishASAP or January
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01/11/17Chantal Stephensoncstephenson@cfis.com@maternelle123Calgary French & Internationalwww.cfis.comCalgaryAlbertaCanadakindergarten 4-5-6
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01/15/17Dana Domniteanuddomniteanu@cfis.com@DanielleMiCalgary French & Internationalwww.cfis.comCalgaryAlbertaCanadakindergarten 4-5-6English, FrenchJanuary 2017
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sheri.lowry@smaa.orgSt. Mary'ssmaa.orgAliso ViejoCaliforniaUSAkindergarten 5 - 6
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22 MayRachel Ingramrachel.ingram3@det.nsw.edu.auBangor Public SchoolSydneyNSWAustraliaKindergartenLooking for a connection with a Kindergarten class in another country to share what we are learning with an authentic audience.EnglishASAP
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04 August 2017Susane Lestingisulestingi@gmail.com@suferroObjetivo Jundiaíhttp://www.objetivojundiai.com.br/JundiaíSão PauloBrazilkindergarten and elementaryWe have a project "Schools around the world" and so many questions to solve about schools, uniform, lunch, snack, building, etc. We like to exchange photos, interviews and questionaires. English and PortugueseASAPWe are waiting for you...
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November 24, 2017Stephanie Burcombestephanie_burcombe@myfsd.org@sburcombeparodyRobert C. Fisler SchoolFullertonCaliforniaUSAKindergartenI would love to get my students connected with students from around the World! I am open to tweeting, trying to Skype, and any other way we can find to communicate to compare and contrast our lives as Kindergarten students/teachers.EnglishASAP
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